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Old 05-14-2017, 04:59 PM   #1
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Well have no clue so thats why I found yall.. I paid 500 for it needs a bit of work but Im cool with that. The first thing I need to tackle is elec I need to replace the fuse box an Im guessing the converter. But I cant seem to find a place to buy one. Is there a company that can help me. Thanks in advance. An if anyone knows where I can get a manuel I would owe you for ever..
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Old 05-18-2017, 04:52 PM   #2
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Well have no clue so thats why I found yall.. I paid 500 for it needs a bit of work but Im cool with that. The first thing I need to tackle is elec I need to replace the fuse box an Im guessing the converter. But I cant seem to find a place to buy one. Is there a company that can help me. Thanks in advance. An if anyone knows where I can get a manuel I would owe you for ever..

guess this site is a total waste of time. Mods you can delete my account
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Old 05-18-2017, 05:33 PM   #3
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When you say fuse box. Are you referring to the 120 volt panel or the 12 volt fuse block?
If you go on the net and type in 12 volt converter, you will find many.
Adventure RV has a PD 9245 for about $150. You should check the current (amp) rating of your existing converter and try to match it.
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congratulations on the great price!

most manuals can be found in the sticky threads

or find someone with your rig and they may have one
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guess this site is a total waste of time. Mods you can delete my account
Sorry guys just having a bad day.. That day..

For 500 I cant bitch,, After reading an figuring out what I have. Im guessing doing all the work myself.. I can bring her back for about 2 grand. Im thinking about just gutting it an fix it all theres water damage in a few walls an some sports in the floor.

My first quest is stop the leaks. Im wondering can I seal the whole top. Are is there a better way? First I need to take alot of pictures..

Im a carpenter with 40 years exp so it cant be that hard lol Like to brighten it up inside all that dark wood is not a happy look..

Any help are ideas whould be cool...
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Well no help here,, so Ill go fined another site maybe get some help..
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Guess you didn't read post 3.
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We used a product similar to a Temp Seal we bought at Loewes. Has a slightvR value too. Used putty tape on the roof seams, then painted the bead coating over the tape That was 7 years ago-no leaks yet.
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